Alcohol and Entertainment
If you wish to sell or supply alcohol in England and Wales you must have a licence. If you wish to provide types of entertainment you may also require a licence. All these activities are governed by the Licensing Act 2003.
Temporary Events Notice Licence Apply online for one off events. Premises Licences Information on applying for or varying a premises licence. Information for Licensees Find out about matters that may affect your business. Personal Licences Information and forms relating to personal licences to enable you to authorise the sale of alcohol. Club Premises Certificates Information on applying for or varying a club premises certificate. How to report problems and bring reviews Information on the options available if you are being adversely affected by premises. Sex Shops and Sexual Entertainment Venues Information on sex shops and sex entertainment venues and how to apply for a licence. Licensing Policies View the Council's Policies on Licensing, Gambling, Sex Establishments and Taxis. Licensing Act 2003 The Licensing Act 2003 covers the sale and supply of alcohol, the provision of regulated entertainment, and the sale of hot food and hot drink after 23.00.